Most workers in general industry spend their work hours walking on level surfaces such as office floors, hallways, or the floors of shops and factories. While slips, trips, and falls are still common among such workers, the likelihood of a major injury from such a fall is not great. However, many employees in general industry work on scaffolds, climb up and down ladders, walk on narrow stairs, work in areas where there may be holes in the floor, or work on elevated floors which have unprotected edges. These workers often need fall protection and training in how to use it. Currently, OSHA requires training in general industry relative to fall protection under powered platforms and electrical generation, transmission, and distribution (these regulations refer to Subpart M of 29 CFR 1926, which includes training requirements).